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The Tulip’s design is not what makes it truly objectionable


For Number Five: Could it also have been intended as a tribute to the wealth and influence of the Safra dynasty? We might have been spared from something that - apart from its visual connotations - could be interpreted as a monument erected in praise of some 'fat cats'. They should contribute the money saved in doing what they can for the desperate plight of the original source of their wealth - Aleppo.

Posted date

18 July, 2019

Posted time

10:23 am